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Perry County bridge now bears the name of Marine killed in Iraq

Lance Corporal Jason Frye of Landisburg was just 19-years-old when he was killed outside Fallujah in a roadside bombing on October 6, 2005.
By Tim Lambert/WITF

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Updated: 2023-03-10 11:16:23

Pennsylvania counties see potential mental health funding boost as a “down payment”

Advocates and service providers fear a proposed $20 million funding increase for community mental health services would not go far enough.
By Sam Dunklau

A group wants to help Pa. businesses impacted by COVID-19

An economic development agency says a 2021 survey during the COVID-19 pandemic showed 40% of businesses that responded had no emergency plan or online shopping websites to help them stay afloat.

By Aniya Faulcon

Felony count over 43 cents’ worth of Mountain Dew is dropped in Perry County

“I feel I was treated unequally because I had a record.”

By The Associated Press

Two central Pa. counties say they plan to reopen ahead of Gov. Wolf’s schedule

Until now, no counties had so directly challenged Wolf’s authority to close businesses and limit public life during the emergency.

By Charles Thompson/PennLive

Perry County high school teacher charged with attempted sexual assault of student

A midstate high school teacher is facing charges of attempted sexual assault for allegedly making inappropriate comments to a student.

By Rachel McDevitt/StateImpact Pennsylvania